Fujifilm Opens New Headquarters in Europe

Fujifilm opens new Headquarters of Fujifilm Europe and Fujifilm Deutschland
We have moved! As of today, 2 May 2022, you will find the Headquarters of Fujifilm Europe and Fujifilm Deutschland on our new premises at Balcke-Dürr-Allee 6, in 40882 Ratingen. Here we will move into three floors in the building “The Square” on the Schwarzbach-Quartier.

During the planning process, our Management attached great importance to an office concept that benefits our employees as well as their cooperation – modernly designed office space, various meeting rooms as well as places for casual exchange among colleagues therefore complement each other.

In addition to the new office space, the building will soon be home to various exhibition rooms for the multi-technology company’s different products and services. The company will also open its new European Fujifilm Open Innovation Hub (OIH) at the new Headquarters’ site. This OIH will be an exhibition as well as a place to create new solutions. The place will exhibit Fujifilm’s products, services and know-how, but also offer space to meet up with internal and external cooperation partners in order to work out new approaches.

The new building was also planned with sustainability in mind and therefore worked with the globally used LEED certificate for sustainable construction. We are also looking forward to innovative solutions such as the 20 charging points for electric cars – these should be installed and ready for use in the near future.

This approach goes hand in hand with 70% of Ratingen’s city area being forests, fields and meadows making the city be named “the green lounge” of the area between Rhineland and Ruhr region. (1)

The Management of FUJIFILM Europe GmbH attaches great importance to the health and safety of its employees. Although government has since relaxed the COVID restrictions, Fujifilm is taking care to comply with certain well-known COVID precautions while moving into the new building. In the coming weeks, the situation will be closely monitored and the code of behaviour will be adapted to fit the situation. Therefore, Management has decided to let the employees move into the new building bit by bit as of today, so that measures such as social distancing are guaranteed.

via Fujifilm

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